Event | Join the BFI for a screening of Ava DuVernay’s 13th and a Q&A with the acclaimed director

Image courtesy of Vogue, January 2015, photographed by Prakash Shroff.

Throughout June, BFI Southbank in London have been championing female voices across our programme, with a brilliant Women with a Movie Camera Summit, and month-long seasons dedicated to Agnes Varda, Ida Lupino and Ava DuVerney. The programme concludes this weekend, and as a final treat, they have just confirmed that this Friday 29th June, the brilliant Ava DuVernay will take part in a Skype Q&A following a screening of her searing documentary 13th.

This feature length documenary is an in-depth look at the legacy of the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution and highlights the underlying issues of inequality and mass incarceration which have been created despite the amendment. A long-term passion project for DuVernay, this is a riveting piece of non-fiction that was nominated for an Academy Award in 2017 and boasts contributions from major thinkers.

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